NHL player from Massapequa accused of beating up roommate

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MASSAPEQUA -

A professional hockey player from Massapequa has been arrested, according to The Daily News.

Sonny Milano, who made his NHL debut for the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2016, is accused of beating up his roommate in the West Village.

He and Colorado Avalanche's player Anthony-John Greer are charged with assault. They're accused of beating up their roommate over a large bill they received from a nightclub.

Both players were given desk appearance tickets and are due in court at a later date.

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